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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Tying Up Loose Ends and Attending The Grand Ole Opry.

Our Location today is Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A. 

Neither of us had any problems sleeping last night with all the fresh air we had while walking around downtown Nashville yesterday. Kathy headed off to bed before I’d finished uploading only a few of the nearly four hundred that we shot throughout the day. Even for myself when I finally got to bed the only thing I remembered was seeing the sun seeping around the edges of the blinds.  
With everything that had been going on this past week we considered this a day for tying up the loose ends. When Jayco added a second clothes bar in our closet they didn’t properly allow for the height of hangers used in buildings and the length of clothes. When we went to the Camping World in Belleville, Michigan we found the perfect hangers that would solve our problem by bringing the clothes two inches closer to the bar. Kathy only bought one package so as to try them before buying more in case they wouldn’t work. On Sunday when we went to the Nashville location she again didn’t get more hangers because she hadn’t tried the others yet. This morning she tried the hangers and found they worked well but she had other things to do so she sent me by myself. I only came back with a single package because someone else emptied their shelf of those hangers this morning. 
Kathy and I ready to Enjoy a Live Broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry.
We had an issue with our Credit Cards being Locked on us this past Saturday because they were being used outside of Ontario. Due to previous winter travels the one company told us we didn’t need to notify them when we travel but we still had an issue. We managed to get through to all but one of our Credit Card Companies so today we had to get them off our list. They had a hard time understanding why we weren’t calling from our Home phone number. Kind of hard when you are hundreds of miles south but we finally got that straightened out and the card unlocked. As mentioned on Saturday it was our fault for not calling before but we were non-stop with things to do before leaving. 
Jeannie Seely
I attempted doing some updating on the GPS while we still have an unlimited WiFi connection. Every time you go to the Rand McNally site and hit to update you are brought to a commercial site trying to sell their products and services. After two hours of trying to get around that the GPS still needs to be updated. 
Holly Williams
Del McCoury Band
Since I do our medication for more than a week at a time I set up shop at the dining room table this afternoon and got us all secured for a while. The entire process took nearly three hours but now we are good for six and a half weeks. 
The Whites
Craig Morgan
On Saturday, there was a comment about traveling with such a big trailer. Our trailer is forty and a half feet long with the Bicycle Carrier adding thirty inches once the lights are installed then you add the truck. Overall we are sixty-three feet long Bumper to Bumper. For some that may be long but I’ve never had an issue with trailer lengths. You also have to consider that we don’t just travel in our trailer but it is our Home since we started Fulltiming this past April. 
Oak Ridge Boys
This evening we were back in Nashville where we both scratched attending a show of the Grand Ole Opry off our bucket lists but the best part was that we saw it where it all began at the Ryman Auditorium. Since it has been a very long time since either of us have seen the Grand Ole Opry there were many new faces and names that we had not heard before. The Show openers were Jeannie Seely, Tucker Beathard, the Granddaughter of legend Hank Williams, Holly Williams, the Del McCoury Band, The Whites and finally Craig Morgan. The lead act turned out to be none other than the Oak Ridge Boys who still had the entire auditorium clapping time and singing along when they broke into chorus for Elvira. After the band left the stage the Boys sang an unexpected melody that the audience gave a standing ovation to. 
Oak Ridge Boys singing a final melody that got a Standing Ovation.
When we came out the forecasted rain was falling but everyone took it in stride. We were quite wet by the time we got to the truck three blocks away but it is only water.

Tomorrow we’ll be back on the road not really sure where we’ll be ending up at for the night. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy! 

It’s about time.


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